Wardens Beavering Away

26th April 2019

Throughout the year in all weathers you will find our trained Volunteer Wardens busy along stretches of the Cotswold Way and associated circular walks keeping the trail and some of the iron age forts clear and maintained so that visitors have an enjoyable experience, and the works undertaken also benefit the wildlife, flora and fauna along the trail too.

Its amazing what the warden team get upto from patrolling sectons of the trail; bramble clearance and tree planting; providing guided walks around the Cotswolds andeducative talks to schools to footpath repairs, installing/repairing steps; handrails; gates; stiles; cotswold stone walls; signage; and removal of hazzards such as fallen trees that block the trail.  

This week between the showers it was a fallen tree at Shenberrow Hill that was swiftly cleared by some of the North District Volunteer Wardens.

 

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Fallen tree - Cotswold Volunteer Wardens
Warden using chainsaw on the fallen tree - Cotswold Volunteer Wardens
Team of Wardens clearing the remnants of the tree - Cotswold Volunteer Wardens